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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Show School Spirit

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Get everyone involved in the fun and excitement and motivate students to show their school spirit.

Step 1: Organize a committee
Organize a committee to coordinate activities and themes for school events.

Step 2: Create a chant
Craft a creative chant for spectators to express at events.

Step 3: Have a contest
Build enthusiasm by having a contest for the most spirited fan or best costume.

Step 4: Make crafts
Get everyone in the spirit by making crafts such as banners, posters, and hand-held signs to decorate the school and for rallies and sporting events.

Accessorize with balloons matching your school's colors.

Step 5: Add ringtone
Show your school spirit with ringtones on your cell phone featuring your school's fight song.

Step 6: Participate
Paint your face, wear school colors, and participate in school spirit days and events.

Step 7: Express yourself
Express your school spirit by cheering enthusiastically, dancing, and wearing elaborate costumes at school functions.

Did You Know?
On May 21, 1927, Charles Lindbergh completed the first nonstop solo transatlantic flight in his aircraft, "The Spirit of St. Louis."

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